This one is an oldie but a goodie.
An American film crew accompanying Ronald Reagan on his 1988 trip to the Soviet Union chanced upon an amazing story.
Contacted by a Russian doctor in Moscow, he told them he wanted help reaching out to the Americans who had helped him and his comrades survive terrible conditions in German POW camp Stalag III B.
It turned out to be an incredible tale of cooperation and human sympathy whose lesson is badly needed today.
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